[erlang-questions] Can escript be used from Inets?
Mon May 4 09:42:07 CEST 2009
On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 9:40 AM, Carl McDade <carlmcdade@REDACTED> wrote:
I see parse_and_run() but no do_run(). So I have a couple of choices
here. I can export parse_and_run() if it is correct to do so. Or clone
it to do_run() and export this if again parse_and_run() is the
function you are speaking of.
> On Mon, May 4, 2009 at 9:20 AM, Michal Ptaszek
> <michal.ptaszek@REDACTED> wrote:
>> After a slight modification of the escript.erl file (you will find it
>> in the stdlib application) you will manage to run escripts without
>> compiling them. All you need to do is to export one more function:
>> Of course you will need to provide the path, arguments and escript
>> options by yourself - but it is not a very tricky task.
>> The Inets' 'do' callback function should then call escript:do_run
>> with the desired arguments.
>> ----- "Carl McDade" <carlmcdade@REDACTED> wrote:
>>> I was wondering if you can run *.erl files through escript.exe via
>>> What I would like to do is to have use the httpd_example.erl
>>> modified to work with escript) rather than the beam file. This way I
>>> play with Erlang syntax and not have to compile with each change.
>>> A good alternative would be to be able to use Netbeans to compile
>>> saving changes to the file.
>>> Carl McDade
>>> Content Management Systems Consultant
>> Best regards,
>> Michal Ptaszek
> Carl McDade
> Content Management Systems Consultant
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